Who Did VA Tech Officials Warn First?

By Sadie Bass

Dec 4, 2009 1:27pm

It was the worst mass shooting in American history — the massacre at Virginia Tech.  Today, a ‘revised’ report has been released by a panel investigating the shootings more than 2 years ago, that takes a critical look at the actions of the university.

The revised report’s headline is that officials from the school locked down administrative buildings, even got word to friends and family, before alerting the rest of the student body to the fact that a gunman had murdered two students.  That incident preceded the mass killing at Norris Hall. 

In other words, after two students were found gunned down in a dorm, officials from the school locked down an administrative building a full 90 minutes before alerting the entire campus.  Shortly after that the shooter entered Norris Hall with his guns firing.

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